October 19, 2022
Chandler Green, (803)-981-2211, email@example.com
(Sacramento, CA – October 19, 2022) – The Environmental Defense Fund has appointed Caitlin Roedner Sutter as the new California Secretary. In this role, she led and coordinated EDF and EDF Action’s political engagement and advocacy efforts in California, and oversaw the organization’s water, climate, energy and transportation policies within the state, including implementation of the Inflation Reduction Act. Support your goals. She will also deepen her EDF cooperation with key partners and stakeholders, especially in support of justice and equity.
Roedner Sutter has been with EDF for over five years, leading state-level engagements on climate policy in California and elsewhere in the western United States, and contributing to EDF’s work on international carbon markets. She co-leads the organization’s Environmental Justice Council and serves as a legislative appointee for California’s Independent Emissions Markets Advisory Board. Prior to joining EDF, Roedner Sutter led the environmental justice program for the Catholic charity in Stockton Parish.
“Caitlin brings a keen understanding of California politics and priorities, an appreciation for ambitious environmental opportunities, and a deep commitment to environmental justice. Steve Cochrane, EDF’s Associate Vice President for State Affairs. “Caitlin has demonstrated an ability to deliver meaningful results and foster partnerships. There is no better person to lead EDF’s advocacy in California.”
“I am thrilled to take on the challenge and opportunity of leading EDF’s political and advocacy efforts in California.” Rodner Sutter said“What’s happening in our state affects us far beyond our borders, helping us to fight climate change, build resilience to drought, and support frontline communities.” We are making our work even more important for the planet and people everywhere. We look forward to deepening our collaboration with policymakers, the environmental justice community, fellow advocates and industry leaders.”
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